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Feria Internacional de Turismo (FIT)

FIT 2015, Argentina's leading tradeshow for the tourism industry, will take place September 26-29 at the Buenos Aires La Rural Fair Grounds in Palermo.  This is an excellent opportunity for you to learn about the latest market developments in the region, to evaluate the market potential for your products, and to find and screen potential distributors or business partners.  

Since its inception in 1996, the Feria Internacional de Turismo (FIT - International Tourism Fair) has grown to become the largest and most important tourism fair in Latin America, with almost 60,000 visitors and over 1,300 exhibitors in 2014. This year’s show will feature seminars on the industry tailored to various niche sectors.

Travel from Argentina to the U.S. has grown in double digit numbers in the past years and the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that Argentines spend on average $5,000 per person on travel expenses to the US (including airfare generated by U.S. carriers). This comes as good news for travel agents, airline provides, hotel managers, and many other travel service providers.

If you are interested in developing the Latin American tourism market, you cannot miss FIT 2015.  For additional information on how to exhibit or attend this event, please contact:

Diana Brandon
U.S. Commercial Service Argentina
Email: diana.brandon@trade.gov
Phone: (54-11) 5777-4550
Fax: 54-11-5777-4203


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